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bio website youtube.com/user/FauneMusic
location France
age 29
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I'm a self taught multi-instrumentalist who loves to blend rock and electronic music. I play mostly guitars but also piano, keyboards, bass, harmonica, flute, darbuka, a bit of drums, trumpet and clarinet. I used extensivly Reaper and have now worked in Live for a fair amount of time. I sing too. My tastes are extensive, I'm especially found of Satie, Chopin, Bach, Radiohead, Squarepusher, Muse, the Prodigy etc...


Apr
28
comment Drum set made from towels/pillows
+1. To get yourself use to the resistance and bounciness (or rather lack of) of towel and pillow would be terrible and counter-productive.
Apr
26
answered Transcribing a Standard MIDI File to sheet music
Apr
26
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Apr
26
reviewed Leave Open Learning instrument recognition
Apr
26
reviewed Close Memorising the fretboard when using dropped tunings?
Apr
26
reviewed Close Effectively using singing games for vocal training
Apr
26
reviewed Leave Open Should barré chords have an acute accent on the E?
Apr
26
reviewed Leave Open RHCP “Wet Sand” solo doesn't correspond to the key?
Apr
26
reviewed Close Learning tablature with tutoring software that shows me what to do in real-time
Apr
26
reviewed Close Does anyone know a good site to share guitar and bass tabs?
Apr
26
reviewed Close Which early danceband guitarists tuned to Eb rather than E?
Apr
25
comment Should barré chords have an acute accent on the E?
Well it obviously comes from the French so either, the é is to be kept as in "cliché" or maybe the word evolved differently in your countries, which happens all the time. Either way, I'm French so I guess I'm not on the most suited to answer this question.
Apr
22
answered Teaching a student to match pitch
Apr
20
revised What does it mean to be tone-deaf musically and how does one improve?
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Apr
20
answered What does it mean to be tone-deaf musically and how does one improve?
Apr
19
comment Tension when practice arpeggios on the violin
I love your answer, I have back problems and arthrosis and am always very tensed, I'm currently learning to play Moto Perpetuo very slowly, trying to be the as most relaxed possible, I will definitly try this approach and try to learn more about this Jamie Andreas.
Apr
17
revised Does it help if you learn to play certain instruments both right-handed and left-handed?
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Apr
17
answered Does it help if you learn to play certain instruments both right-handed and left-handed?
Apr
16
comment Mute other side of String When Tapping (2-hand tapping style)
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Apr
16
comment What is a good solo to learn in the major scale?
Even though it's not rock (and that's why I comment instead of answering), moto perpetuo By Paganini (the violin part obviously) is a great exercice to learn the C scale and even to learn to sight read because of its very few alterations.